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Shells matter – History item of the month

Bass, Marisa, Stephanie Dickey, Anne Goldgar, Anna Grasskamp, Hanneke Grootenboer, Claudia Swan, and Róisín Watson, eds. Conchophilia: Shells, Art, and Curiosity in Early Modern Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021. “Conchophilia [love of shells] ought to be a word, but it isn’t.” This is how one of the shell-loving editors of this beautiful volume starts […]

EUI Library Statistical Yearbook 2021

The European University Institute (EUI) Library is pleased to report that the publication of the EUI Library Statistical Yearbook 2021, including results from the Library User Satisfaction Survey, and the EUI Library Performance Indicators 2009-2021 is now available online. Statistical analysis has been a long-standing activity at the EUI Library. This analysis supports planning, decision […]

Over 100 international academic librarians ‘Come together!’ for LIBER Winter Event and Library Symposium

The European University Institute (EUI) hosted the LIBER Winter Event on 23-24, November 2023. This annual conference, organised by the Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche (LIBER), brought together over 100 LIBER members at the EUI. This year the conference theme was Come together! Enabling collaboration and inclusivity in research libraries. Renaud Dehousse, EUI President, […]

Submit your publications and/or datasets to Cadmus

The new edition of EUI Academic Publications and Data 2023 will cover the EUI community’s academic research produced between January and December 2023 and will be published at the beginning of next year. It will include only the research outputs cited in Cadmus, the EUI Research Repository. Please make sure that all your academic publications […]

Nodes of Capitalism in the Early Modern Indian Ocean – exhibition now at the Library

In September 2023, CAPASIA, a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant Project based in the Department of History at the European University Institute, hosted a conference at the EUI on ‘Nodes of Early Modern Capitalism,1500-1800’.  An exhibition accompanied this two-day event, displaying some of the ‘nodes’ of the Indian Ocean World investigated by the CAPASIA […]

Open Access: No Closed Matter

The move to Open Access publishing has been driven in large part by a desire to make research publicly available and to make knowledge less exclusive. The journals that we edit have long been committed to these objectives. Yet as emerging forms of Open Access publishing are gaining greater recognition, it is important to address […]